Last Updated 2 weeks ago by Devontae Jackson.
Snow will move into the area late tonight into Monday morning. Some snow could be steady at times and will continue through the late morning hours on Monday before letting up some by noon on Monday. As we head towards 3 and 4 PM more snow will begin to move into the area once again. This snow could be steady to heavy at times as snow rates will increase as we head through the evening hours on Monday. Snow will begin to taper off as we head into Tuesday morning.
Here is a look at our snow accumulations by Tuesday afternoon. The area will see at least 3 to 5 inches of snow, most likely 6 to 9 inches of snow, and at most 10 inches to 1 foot of snow.
Here is a look at our travel impact from the weather. As the snow begins to fall Monday morning, I don’t think roads will be too bad. However, as we head into the afternoon and evening hours on Monday, I think roads will become bad. It will be best to stay at home Monday, especially in the afternoon and evening to avoid any road problems.
Above is a look at a few things to do when driving during winter weather. See more tips about driving during the winter weather and what should be in your safety kit on the blizzard safety page. There is no blizzard, however, the winter weather safety tips about driving and using generators are on the blizzard safety page. This forecast may change.
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